Easy Peasy Christmas Cards #35 ~ Winter Traditions

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The inspiration for today’s card is this blue prism paper.

When I saw it, I had to just pick it up. It’s shiny and I couldn’t resist! But! I wasn’t sure what I was going to do with it. Die cut it? ABSOLUTELY! Use the negative? or the positive? Believe it or not…that’s where I got stuck! There were a few options and I couldn’t decide. I sat in front of this metal for a little while, then inspiration struck.


This card measures 4 1/4 x 5 1/2
-stick foil onto white card stock to give it stability
-emboss foil
-rub Cobalt Archival ink on snowflakes, then Jet Black Archival
-sprinkle embossing powder over top all and heat
-adhere sentiment stickers


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Thank you for joining me for Easy Peasy Christmas Cards. I’ll be taking a break from EP posts to do some knitting and festive baking. I’ll be resuming EP sometime in January or beginning of February. No worries though, I will still be posting. 😀

Have a wonderful weekend!



One thought on “Easy Peasy Christmas Cards #35 ~ Winter Traditions

  1. Hi Spike,

    WOW do I ever love this one, it is just beautiful and appears to be so easy to make. You have earned a break. Happy baking

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